Please Help with Bella’s Emergency

Update posted by Carol Young On Mar 22, 2019

Bella's blood transfusion went well and she was released after spending two nights at the emergency hospital. Bella has been making weekly visits to the vet to get blood work done and an injection of an autoimmune suppression medication. Thankfully her hematocrit (red blood cell) level has stabilized and has actually increased a bit. It is still low but is now considered to be mild anemia. Bella will need to continue the frequent testing until she stabilizes in the normal range, and each vet visit costs about $90 with our nonprofit discount. We are therefore hoping to achieve the fundraising goal so that Bella can continue to receive the veterinary care that she needs.

Update posted by Carol Young On Feb 13, 2019

Bella has been admitted to an emergency hospital close to Allison's home after she went into her local vet for blood work. Because her numbers had worsened since her last blood test, and because she began exhibiting respiratory problems, it was agreed that she would need a couple of transfusions to stabilize her. Bella is currently receiving the first of those transfusions, and we will update everyone once we are provided with additional information about her condition.

Update posted by Carol Young On Feb 07, 2019

Bella had an ultrasound done at the university, and the results were positive. No signs of internal bleeding or cancerous masses. Consequently the next step was to do a bone marrow biopsy, which was done on Wednesday. The results from that will not be available for a couple of weeks. Although Bella's red blood cell count has slowly declined she did not require a blood transfusion yet. She will need to be medically managed for now including frequent blood work, and if her condition declines she will need a transfusion. Thank you for all of your support, and please keep on sharing Bella's fundraiser!

Update posted by Carol Young On Feb 05, 2019

Bella is being transferred to the Michigan State Veterinary Medical Center today (02/05) where they can conduct further testing and do a blood transfusion as necessary. Her blood work is not improving and we are suspecting an autoimmune condition based upon her condition and labs. We will continue to update everyone once she is under the care of the specialists at the university.

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We as a community of corgi lovers can stand together and support those in need. Who knows???? Someday each one of may need some help.

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Get well soon sweet fur angel

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I wish I could donate more for Bella. Sending all my love.

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Funds to help out Bella's medical costs and her owner Allison Halfyard. If Bella is all set them please put it towards the general funding. Bless you all..... funds raised from auction of items.

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